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Episode 10×09 or “Actually Nothing Was Left Behind”

So far this season Sam has cured Demon!Dean, Crowley has cured Cas, and Supernatural is now a musical. Dean still has the Mark, Sam is playing babysitter to his brother, and Hannah left Cas behind because humanity. The rogue angels are taken care of, Cole has made peace with Dean, and Crowley has a mother. Specific enough?

*Spoilers ahead, darling*

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Episode 10×07 or “Hello, Rowena”

So far this season Sam has cured Demon!Dean, Crowley has cured Cas, and Supernatural is now a musical. Dean still has the Mark, Sam is playing babysitter, and Cas is gallivanting through the countryside with Hannah. Something about rogue angels and that guy from Dean’s past who wants revenge. Specific enough?

I’m deviating from traditional format this week, because I have a lot to say. So without further ado…

*Spoilers ahead, darling*

It’s been seven years since I tumbled down the rabbit hole and into the Supernatural fandom, and yeah, there’s times I’ve regretted it, times when I’ve had feels like whoa, but in the end, you just don’t walk away from the life. Even when I’m exhausted from waking up at 4 am to watch and review the latest episode, I’m so proud of this genre tv show for beating the odds and making it to ten seasons and two hundred episodes. So I decided to call upon my Collective crew and put together some of our favorite moments of the last 199 episodes. -The Collectress

1) “Dad’s on a hunting trip and he hasn’t been home in a few days.” S01E01 “Pilot”

This was the moment when I got hooked on Supernatural. It’s one of the most famous lines from the series, and if you have siblings, you can probably appreciate the true brother relationship that echoes in that sentence. Siblings tend to speak in code to each other, and as a sister with two brothers, this scene immediately made me feel as if I had grown up next door to the Winchesters. That’s why I fell in love with the show, because even from the first episode, it felt like family. -The Collectress

2) “Dude. Asia.” S03xE11 “Mystery Spot”

The entire fandom jokes about Tuesdays and “Pig ‘n a poke”, but when it comes down to it, this is one of the most meaningful episodes to me. Yes, it is hilarious in various ways, but also heart-wrenching and tear-jerking. “Mystery Spot” is one of the best examples of the essence of Supernatural—the careful balance between humor and emotion that only the Winchesters can provide. -Collected Mutineer


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Episode 10×02 or “Dean’s Not Here Right Now”

To sum up last week’s premiere: Dean and Crowley are BFFs. Sam’s been taken hostage by an assassin who’s looking for Dean. Cas is dying. How’s that for season 10 feels?  *Spoilers ahead, darlings*


Demon!Dean is still “howling at the moon.” The episode lights up on a flashback to 2003, when Dean killed the Cole the would-be assassin’s father (special thanks to @AshleyBacon4 and @rob0349 for helping me out with that one!).


Episode 10×01 or “The Misadventures of Crowley and Squirrel”

The Hellatus has ended. Demon!Dean is canon. I don’t even know what the f**k is happening anymore.

Let me confess something to you, since we’re all SPN Family here: I haven’t watched any promos for season 10. I woke up at 4:30 am to watch the premiere, and, armed with tea and biscuits, I prepared myself for what season 10 was going to throw at us. Yup, I’m going into this one blind of expectations, and I’m glad I did. *Spoilers ahead, darlings*


After a flashback of last season’s happenings to Pat Benatar’s “Heartbreaker,” we see a lonely (and injured) Sam moping around the bunker. Not even five minutes in, and we get the sense that Sammy has followed all the traditional protocols to search for his brother–checking the news, listening to police scanners–as well as some nontraditional ones, which we see in his interrogation of a woman.


It’s Tuesday.


Supernatural Season 10 premieres tonight on the CW at 9pm and I cannot help but reminisce at the wonders of Season 9. Yes, it was a rough season, but there were a few key moments I don’t ever want to forget. Here are my top ten Season 9 moments, complete with screengrabs, to get you ready for what looks to be a year full of the feels.

10) Cain Shucking Corn S9xE11

He is just so darn casual about Dean Winchester kicking around his kitchen with demons, I love it.

First Born

9) Abaddon inhabits Josie S9xE17

Creepy! If she gave me that look, I’d be quiet about it for 40 some-odd years, too.